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CHAUDRON'S 



SPELLING BOOK, 



CAREFULLY PREPARED FOR 



FAMILY AND SCHOOL USE. 




BY 



A. OE V. CHAUDRON. 



MOBILE : ^ 
S. H. OOKTZEL. 
1864. 



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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1863, by 

S. H. GOETZEL, 

in tlie Clerk'e Office of the District Court of Alabama, for the 

Confederate States of America. 



J. Y. Thompson, Printer — Mobile, Alabama. 



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TO THE PUBLIC. 



In foi-flier times, the coai>try wjvs overrun with an endlesH 
number of cotnpetition School Books in every line of instruct 
tion. The present condition of the country has delivered ns 
fmto this evil. Will that last hereafter? That is the ques- 
tion. " To be, or not to be ? " We, for onr part, have advo- 
cated the rule of '' Monus," with regard to School Books, 
ever since our establishment came into existence. We have 
seen the beneficial consequences of it in snch counti-ies where 
the same plan has been adopted and carried oiit even as a 
law. 

We do not presume to claim perfection for this little book, 
because we happen to be the publishers of it; but we request 
again the public most respectfully to assist us in carrying out 
the beneficial plan of uniformity in the use of School Books. 

Under the present Circumstances, the scarcity of materials 
isjn itself a safeguard against a fruitless competition in the 
publishing business ; but it is not the publisher's mission to 
depend upon pliysical incidents. He should rest safe upoa 
public opinion. 

• S. H. GOETZEL. 

Mobile, December Ist, 1863. 



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CHAUDEON'S SPELLING BOOK. 





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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING JBOOK. 



ROMAISr LETTERS. 

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N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z & 

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ITALICS. 

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Period-( . ) Comma--( , ) Colon-( • ) 

Semi-Colon ( ; ) Interrogation ( ? ) 

Exclamation (,! ) Index ( E^ ) 



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CHAUDKON'S SPELLING BOOK. 9 



EXERCISES ON THE ALPHABET. 



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:^HAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 








PART II. 






WORDS OF ONE LETTER. 




A. 




I. 


. 




WORDS OF TWO LETTERS. 








LESSON 1st. 




an 


be 


as he at 


me 


ah 


we 


an ye do 

LESSON 2d. 


so 


on 


be 


OX my or 


us 


oil 


up 


by go no 

LESSON 3d: 


do 


oh 


it 


is he we 


no 1 


ah 


or 


he an of 


i>y 






LESSON 4th. 




IS 


by 


up on m 


it 


do 


go 


I up is 


to 


Note. — The re-spelling of these words of two letters 
is intentional. It is a less wearisome form of repetition 
than that of conning the same lesson over and over. 

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if 

is 
of 



lie 
go 
oh 
it 



to 
is 
of 



CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 



LESSON 5th. 

me in 

we it 

go to we 



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it 

up 

by 



s? 



LESSON 


6th. 




is 


do 


we 


in 


go 


do 


it. 


me 


of 


an 






LESSON 


7th. 




an 


go 


in 


my 


OX 


do 


he 


go 


my 


if 







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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 





^k 






m 



Cow. 



Ass. 






E'1 

Eagrle. 



Boat. 



F 

Flowers; 




Ifi 



Inn. 



M 

Mortar. 




Q 



Quail 



U 




TJr ■. 



J 



Jug. 



N 

Negro. 



R 



Robin. 



Victory. 



Gloves. 



Key. 








Oyster. 



Si 




Stove. 



W) 



r i 



"Wool. 



Dog. 



Horse. 



Lamb. 



Pig. 



T 



Table. 



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CHAUDKON'S BPKLLING BOOK. 13 

LESSON 8th. 

an so so if 

I we he do 

am ox we to 

to bj 

LESSON 9th. 

he is to be 

to me bj me 

do so on it 

to be by it 

to me go up ^ 

LESSON 10th. 

I am is he? 

is it? go ye 

to me to it 

in it if so 

my ox by it 



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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 



ba 

be 

bi 

bo 

bu 

by 

ac 
ec 
ic 
oc 
uc 



LESSON nth. 

SYLLABLES OF TWO LETTERS. 



da 

do 

di 

do 

du 

dy 



fa 

fe 

fi 

fo 

fu 

fy 



LESSON 12th. 



ag 

eg 
ig 

og 
ug 



ab 
eb 
ib 
ob 
ub 



ma 

me 

mi 

mo 

mu 

mv 

ap 
ep 
ip 
op 
up 



LESSON 13th. 
Review. 
If I am to go, so is he. 
Is he to go on it by me \ 
Am I to go by my ox 1 O! no. 
Is he to go, or am I to go I 
Is it I, or is it he? 



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CHAUDKON'S SPELLING BOOK. 15 1 






PART III. 








LESSON 1st. 




Words 


of 


Three Letters formed by a 
Words already learned: 


Prefix to 


an 




an 


am 


in 


b-an 




p-an 


d-am 


b-in 


c-an 




r-an 


h-ain 


d-in 


f-an 




t-an 


r-am 


k-in 


m-an 




v-an 


y-am 


g-in 






LESSON 2d. 








in 


at 


at 




t- 


•in , 


bat m- 


-at 




p- 


in 


c-at r 


-at 




S- 


-in • 


f-at s 


-at 




w- 


-in 


h-at p 


-at 


LESSON 3d. 


it 




it 


ox 


or 


b-it 




n-it 


b-ox 


f-or 


f-it 




s-it 


f-ox 


n-or 


h-it 




p-it 


p-ox 




k-it 




w-it 










'LESSON 4th. 




Words formed by a Suffi 


z to Words Already i 


Learned. 


be 




do 


he 


no 


be-d 




do-e 


he-m 


no-d 


be-g 




. do-g 


b^-n 


no-g 


be-n 




do-n 


he-r 


ho-r 


be-t 




do-t 


he-w 


no-t 




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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK 






LESSON 5th. 




SO 

so-b 


*o 
to-e 


go 
go-b 


we 
we-b 


so-^d 


to-w 


go-d 


we-d 


so-n 


to-n 


go-t 


we-n 


so-t 


to-p 




we-t 


LESSON 6th. 


P 


romiscuous Words of Three Letters. 


add 
bad 
had 
gad 


lad 
pad 
gad 
cab 


bag 

gag 
hag 

nag 


bar 
car 
far 
mar 


mad 


tab 


rag 


jar 


LESSON 


7th. 


tar 


cap 


nap 


caw 


par 


gap 


rap 


daw 


war 

fag 

wag 


rap 

lap 

. map 


sap 
pap 
tap 


jaw 

maw 

law 




LESSON 


8tb. 




paw 
raw 


lax 
tax 


bay 
day 


may 
nay 


taw 


wax 


%^Y 


say 


saw 
has 


wan 
wad 


hay 
lay 


ray 

way 



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CHAUDKON'S SPELLING BOOK. 


17 


LESSON 9th. 




ant 


ebb 


bed 


bee 


and 


ell 


fed 


fee 


art 


elm 


led 


lee 


*^rra 


end 


red 


see 


are 


err 


wed 


key 




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LESSON ioth. 




lea 


den 


pen^^ 


beg 


sea 


fen 


ten 


keg 


pea 


hen ^ 


wen 


leg , 


, tea 


men 


vex 


,^gg 


yea 


ken 


sex 


peg 




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LESSON 11th. 




bet 


jet 


dew 


jew 


get 


set 


few 


pew 


let 


1 et 


hew 


yew 


met 


wet 


mew 


gem 


net 


yet 


new 


hem 


LESSON 12th. 


bib 


bid 


kid 


jig 


fib 


did 


rid 


big 


nib 


hid 


fix 


fig 


rib 


lid 


miXj, 


dig 


sip 


raid 


six 


gig 


LESSON 13th. 


pig 


bog 


hod 


cob 


rig 


dog 


pod 


hob 


wig 


fog 


odd 


mob 


him 


hog 


sod 


sob 


rim 


log 


rod 


fob 



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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 



LESSON 14th. 
Review. 



A Dew Hat. 
An old hen. 
A fat cat. 
A red top. 
I see you. 







LESSON 15th. 


hop 


hot 


sow 


fop 


lot 


how 


mop 


not 


bow 


pop 


rot 


cow 


the 


pot 


DOW 




LESSON 16th. 


bun 


gun 


bug 


dun 


pun 


dug 


fun 


run 


hug 


nun 


cup 


J"g 


sun 


pup 


mug 






LESSON 17th. 


aye 


die 


all 


dye 


pie 


are 


eye 


vie 


art 


rye 


lie 


ask' 


lye 


ice 


ark 



ink 

imp 

ill 

its 

inn 



LESSON 18th. 

oak . out 

oar ^ one 

old owl 

owe oft 

own off 



See my pet dog. 
He ate an Qgg. 
I had a fig. '^ 
He has a gun. 
Ann has a fan. 



bud 

cud 

mud 

rum 

sum 



but 
cut 
hut 
nut 
rut 



eat 
eel 
ear 
eve 
ewe 



fir 

sir 

dip 

lip 

sip 



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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 


19 




LESSON 


19th. 




boy 


fur 


jam 


fly 


giun 


tub 


sup 


roe 


dam 


rub 


yam 


ire 


urn 


hub 


two 


use 


cur 


hum 


foe 


our 


ass 


was 


woe 


who 


4." 


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LESSON 


20th. 




why 


mow 


sty 


fry 


low 


pry 


cot 


elf 


shy 


she 


wry 


buy 


due 


ale 


cry 


ore 


tow 


too 


end 


shv 


ply 


hue 


dry 


oil 


LESSON 21st. 




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Review. 

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? 



I did not see it, but Ann saw it. 
A big cat ate up a fat rat. 
The ape is sly, and so is the old fox. 
My hat was wet, but now it is dry. 
I put my pen and my top on the mat. 
The hen, the cow, and the dog ran. 
The pig and the doe are in the sty. 
Tom saw the ewe on a bed of hay. 



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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. 



PART IV. 



WORDS OF FOUR LKTTKRS. 

. LESSON 1st. 
Plural of words already learned. 



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tubs 


owls 


lies 


buds 


arms 
pups 


eyes 
lips 


nutsw 


sums 


keys 


oaks 


buns 


cups 


ears 


pies 


tops 


urns 


pigs 


eels 
LE 


cows 


mugs 




SSON 2d. 




bray 


bark 


claw 


bill 


dray 


dark 


draw 


fill 


flay 


lark 


flaw 


hill 


gi'ay 


mark 


slaw 


mill 


pray 


hark 


craw 


rill 


play 


park 


cram 


will 




LE 


SSON 3d. 




beat 


feel 


dear 


book 


heat 


peel 


fear 


cook 


feat 


keel 


hear 


hook 


meat 


reel 


near 


look. 


neat 


heel 


rear 


rook 


seat 


free 


tear 


took 



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21 




LESSON 4th. 




bare 


band 


best 


bake 


care 


hand 


jest 


cake 


hare 


land 


lest 


lake 


fare 


sand 


nest 


make 


mare 


wand 


test 


rake 


pare 


want 


vest 


take 


LESSON 5th. 


bold 


bend 


bane 


dine 


cold 


lend 


cane 


fine 


hold 


mend 


lane 


line 


fold 


tend 


mane 


mine 


sold 


sand 


pane 


vine 


told 


wend 


sane 


wine 


LESSON 6th. 


• hive 


boat 


ball 


blot 


hire 


doat 


fall 


plot 


fire 


goat 


hall 


spot 


mire 


coat 


gall 


bull 


tire 


moat 


tall 


pull 


wire 


plow 


wall 


full 




LESSON 7th. 






Ri 


iview. 




Bo3's 


like to spin 


tops, and play 


in the 


sand. 








They 


like, too, to fly a kite, or to beat 


a drum, 


or to kick 


a foot-ball. 


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CHAUDRON'S SPELLING BOOK 



LESSON 8tb. 



bell 

dell 

fell 

sell 

tell 

well 



liour 
sour 
gout 
pout 
good 
wood 



bore 

core 

more 

pore 

sore 

shoe 



date 

fate 

gate 

hate 

mate 

cage 



deal 

heal 

peal 

meal 

weal 

teal 



LESSON 9th. 

beat food 

feat mood 

heat fool 

meat tool 

seat ' room^ 

peat loom 



LESSON 10th. 

fain brat 

lain flat 

main gnat 

pain that 

rain , spat 

vain ' shad 



h^nk 

mink 

pink 

sink 

wink 

zinc 



bone 

cone 

lone 

code 

mode 

rode 



blot 
plot 
shot 
spot 
trot 
boat 



LESSON 11th. 

Review. 

I am glad that my dear girl is good. 

She will go with me to ride next week, 

when I go to town to buy her a new doll. 





CHAUDKON'S SPELLING BOOK. 


23 




LESSON 


12th. 




dart 


span 




dace 


brag 


hart 


bran 




face 


crag 


mart 


plan 




mace 


drag 


part 


scan 




pace 


stag 


tart 


scar 




race 


flag 


cart 


star 




lace 


flax 


LESSON 


13th. 




clap 


gasp 




bang 


bent 


flap 


hasp 




gang 


dent 


trap 


rasp 




hang 


lent 


slap 


path 




fang 


rent 


soap 


. bath 




rang 


sent 


wrap 


wasp 
LES 




sang 


went 


SON 


14th. . 




kick 


dint 




bolt 


back 


lick 


hint 




dolt 


hack 


rick 


lint 




colt 


lack 


sick 


mint 




note 


sack 


pick 


sift 




rote 


tack 


wick 


lift 




vote 


rack 


LES 


SON 


15th. 






Review. 




It is warm to-day 


, and I will go with Ann 


in the cool wood t 


play. Tom will take 


us in 


his cart, if we d 


D not like to 


walk. 



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24 CHAUDKON'S SPJi^LLING BOOK, 

LESSON 16th. 

flee hiss skip dead 

tree kiss quit head 

fish miss sigh text 

' dish lisp high next 

wish wisp knit desk 

free risk race hose 

LESSON 17th. 

dirt crop dock bide 

bird drop cock side 

gird slop . hock ride 

dirk stop mock wide 

girl frog sock nine 

girt g^og lock pine 

LESSON 18th. 

inch born bard buck 

itch corn lard duck 

grit horn hard tuck 

quit milk pard suck 

pipe fork card malt 

wipe cork yard salt 



LESSON 19th. 
Review. 

Here is a fitne crop of corn. 

Corn is good both for us and the cows, 

Now drop some seed for your bird. 



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CIIAIIDRON'S SPELLING BOOK. '^5 



LESSON 20th. 

Words of Four Litters divided into Two Sylluhlcs. 

]\Ia-ry 
ti-(1y 
lu)-ly 
bo-iiy 



po-ny 
ba-by 



Col-in 

o-val 

vi-al 

o-ver 

di-al 

a-gne 

E-den 

ar-niy 

i-ron 

ty-ro 

li-ny 

re-al 



LESSON 23(3. 
Review. 
Your pony trots very fast. 
Tbe lady with the baby is on the sofa. 



El-la 


Au-na 


Em- ma 


ro-sv 


lil-y 


he-ro 


po-sy 
du-ty 


ev-er 
ax-es 


11 -my 
la-zy 


ma-ny 
la-dy 


pa- pa 

ma- ma 


sa-go 
fu-el 


LESSON 21st.. 




Me-ta 


A-bel 


My-ra 


to-ry 


so-lo 


li-ar 


a-pex 


ox- en 


so-fa 


va-ry 


ax-is 


j-jo-et 


wa-ry 


ev-er 


• li-on 


a-ble 


pi-ca 


. na-vy 


LESSON 22d. 


Ed-na 


To-by 


Sa-ra 


po-em 
ba-zy 


bi-as 
di-et 


pit-y 
on-ly 


ma-zy 
ver-y 


o-pen 
ea-sy 


\ in-to 
ed-dy 


ri-ot. 


ru-m 


co-py ^ 



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LESSON 24th. 



Ro-sa 


Lu-na 


Ze-no 


Al-ma 


oil-y 


a] -urn 


i-d!e 


o-nyx 


fa-ry 


at-om 


ri-ot 


i-clol 


pu-ny 


eii-vy 


al-so 


e-c'lio 


u-nit 


ax-le 


ha-lo 


la-va 


a-gue 


bu-ry 


o-val 


a-cre 



JVords 

A-vow 
o-bey 
a- wry 
a-las 
de-ny 



LESSON 2oth. 

Accented on the Second Syllabi e. 

De-fy Ju-ly 0-mit 

afar a-kin up-on 

es- y a-way 



a-jar 

un-do 

al-ley 



re-ly 
a-bet 



a-bed 
a-gog 



LESSON 26th. 
Revieiv. 



Rosa is idle. 
It is a pity. 
I have a lily. 
He is a poet. 
The door is open. 
She saw a lion. 
Do not deny it. 



Alttia is very tidy. 
The riot is over. 
I rely upon you. 
Do not go away. 
I hear the echo. 
Oolin is lazy. 
He is in the Army 



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CHAIJDRON'8 SPELLING BOOK. 27 



PART V. 



WORDS OF FIVE LETTERS. 







LESSON 


1st. 




Plural 


of Words already learned. 


drays 


craws 




canes 


hours 


larks 


bills 




hares 


fools 


marks 


bills 




nests 


bones 


parks 


seats 




goods 


woods 


claws 


tears 




blots 


rooks 


flaws 


books 




gates 


balls 




J.ES80N 


2d. 




brain 


grave 




light 


plate 


chain 


brave 




fight 


crate 


grain 


crave 




might 


grate 


slain 


shave 




night 


slate 


braid • 


slave 




sight 


prate 


drain 


stave 




tight 


state 




Li^ttttUiN' 


3d. 




g^are 


taste 




trace 


nitch 


scare 


baste 




grace 


bitch 


share 


baste 




place 


ditch 


spare 


paste 




space 


hitch 


snare 


waste 




brace 


pitch 


stare 


yeast 




chase 


witch 



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LESSON 4th, 




blush 


saint 


tramp 


brand 


crush 


faint 


scamp 


stand 


brush 


paint 


cramp 


grand 


couch 


snail 


thank 


catch 


pouch 


frail 


plank 


latch 


vouch 


quail 


flash 


patch 




LESSON 5th. 




mouth 


quake 


tron-t 


broth 


south 


snake" 


stout 


doth 


crack 


choke 


crape 


pound 


hack 


spoke 


shape 


sound 


drank 


blade* 


trade 


point 


flank 


spade 


shade 


joint 


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LESSON 6th. 




hoist 


dance 


punch 


fence 


moist 


lance . 


lunch 


pence 


shawl 


beach 


flame 


chest 


crawl 


teach 


blame 


blest 


clown 


least 


clung 


• fresh 


-»- drown 


beaist 


flung 




fles-h 



LESSOJC 7th. 
Review. 

The fight to place in the woods. 
See the clown leap over the fence. 
The fool left his spade on the beach. 



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crown 

sharp 

scarf 

scout 

smart 

snail 



storm 

wealth 

scorn 

clasp 

brass 

sound 



dress 

wedge 

speck 

press 

hedge 

spent 



LESSON 8th, 



north 

thorn 

torch 

short 

barge 

start 



watch 
brawl 

horse 
sauce 
fault 



LESSON 9th. 



yield 

grasp 

chief 

niece 

grief 

piece 



queen 
queer 
siege 
sheep 

speer 
sheet 



LESSON 10th, 

theft 
swell 



guest 
swept 
spell 
sweat 



nerve 

sperm 

verse 

shirt 

serve 

skirt 



shanie 

crown 

S{)6ut 

straw 

heart 

shout 



guilt 

sleep 

sweet 

built 

sweep 

quilt 



flirt 

birth 

chirp 

third 

purse 

pound 



LESSON nth. 
Rcvicic. 

The slave found a purse in the ditch. 
I was in great haste to catch ipy horse. 
Yo-ur niece is a very sweet girl. 




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LESSON 


12th. 




Bride 




Siiiile 




Since 


Churn 


drake 


-* 


crime 




globe 


vault 


braid 




plume 




stile 


wa'tz 


smoke 




twine 




bunch 


wharf 


pride 




spike 




squaw 


fault 


swine 


^ 


young 




match 


quivrt 





LESSON 


13rh. 




dwarf 


thief 


spitie 


twice 


scald 


teeth ' 


trick 


spite 


voice 


bread 


snipe 


rhyme 


small 


wheel 


prize 


nurse 


cream 


death 


white 


print 


peach 


birch 


thj'rae 


thick 




' LESSON 


14th. 




price 


toast 


block 


fruit 


curse 


gourd 


stool 


you(h 


floor 


coach 


goose 


'spool 


whist 


frost 


trunk 


flour 


groan 


frock 


glove 


house 


court 


sloop 


croup 


mouse 



LESSON 15th. 
^ Rcvieio. 

This flour will not make white bread. 
I see the small mouse near the old 

trunk. 
lie went in the sloop in spite of the 

storm. 



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LESSON 


16th, 




Clean 


AVheat 




Shore 


1^1 mp 


fiend 


chair 




blaze 


since 


three 


' field 




store 


whine 


steel 


crane 




vaunt 


scowl 


creek 


grind , 




mince 


s^iell 


fleet 


stove . 




child 


* drunk 


LESSON 


17th. 


brick 


swear 




laugh 


stick 


rinso 


stone 




rough 


strap 


?*pice 


grape 




cough 


ti-ail 


chest 


dough 




tough 


stage 


green 


gauze 




weave 


chant 


creep 


steak 


501^ 


sleet 
ISth. 


kneel 


LESi: 


tooth 


steed 




theft 


climb 


knife 


feast 




tenth 


ghost 


there 


leave 




guess 


porch 


curse 


guide 




spoon 


sword 


flusk 


cheer 




fetch 


write 


"parch 


dream 




mirth 


cloak 



LESSON 19th. 
Review, 
This wheat field is quite green. 
The child ate his peach with some cream. 
The boys went to swim in the creek. 




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LESSON 20Mi. 

DISSYLLABLES. 

TVords Accented on the First Syllable. 



A- corn 


Ba-ker 


Fa-ta.l 


Ta-ble ; 


slia-dy 


a-pron 


la-bel 


Vva-fer 


wa-ttT 


ca-per 


fa-vor 


wager 


gru-el 


ca-ble 


na-val 


va-por 


po-ker 


era-zy 


pa -per 


ta-per 


an-gel 


fa-ble 


- ra-zor 

^k^ . 


sli-my 

• 




LESSON 21st. 


vi-per 


lu-na 


re -gal 


gi-ant 


fe-ver 


eider 


lo-cal 


final 


ne-gro 


ti-ger 


le-gal 


bi-ble 


ce-dar 


maker 


vo-cal 


al-ley 


bri-er 


sa-tan 


tri-al 


ad-der 


mu-sic 


pu-pil 


pa- pal 


an-vil 




LESSON 22d. 




ankle 


hab-it 


val-Lie 


cu-pid 


an-ger 


ca-rol 


val-or 


al-tar 


as- pen 


fan-cy 


man-ly 


spi-cey 


bad-ly 


jal-ap 


rav el 


mi ser 


cab-in 


man -go 


sat-in 


li-lao 


can-dy 


mag-ic. 


aw-ful 


medal 






Review. 


The n 


oly Bibl 


e is the 


very best " of 


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LESSON 23d. 




■ Nev-er 


Taw ny 


Doz-en 


Ca-lyx 


iner-ry 


aft-er 


col -or 


cam-el 


eagle 


emp-ty 


on -ion 


su-gar 


ber-ry 


ferry 


mon-ey 


9a-ter 


eas-el 


often 


wag-on 


eat-er 


le ver 


cm -el 


rOy-al 


pi-ous 




LESSON 24tb. 




Wbrds 


Accented 


071 the Second Syllable. 


Oa-nal 


En-act 


Be- gin 


E-lect 


a-bash 


op-set 


un-bar 


a-mass 


a-dapt 


ci-^ar 


ab-bor 


e-rect 


a-dopt 


re-lax 


a-dorn 


ex eel 


ca-bal 


a-part 


ca-det 


ex-pel 


a-mend 


im-pel 


re-pel 


un-fed 



LESSON 25tb. 



A-gain 


Un-pin 


In-wr« 


En -joy 


in-ert 


ex-ist 


a-long 


an-noy 


in-fer 


un-til • 


a-cute 


de-coy 


un-tie 


a-dore 


a-mnse 


al-loy 


inter 


e-lope 


a-bove 


re-pel 


re-ply 


a-lone 


a-n?ong" 

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m-urn 



Review. 

The merry cadet had a cane in his 
hand, and a cigar in his mouth. 







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PART VI. 



DISSYLLABLES OF SIX LETTERS. 



LESSON 1st. 
Words accented o?i tlie First Syllahle. 



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Car- pet 


Sad-die 


Love-ly 


gar-den 


, caa-dle 


wil-low 


clar-et 


bran-dy 


wal-nut 


• let-ter 
•pep-per 
but-ter 


grav-el 

bat-tie 

sis-ter 


pup-py 
ken-nel 
bat-ter 


dol-lar 


•^ oys-ter 


cir-cus 


sil-ver 


pew-ter 


bon-net 


bul-let 


neph-ew 


for-est 


LESSON 2cl. 




Doc-tor 


Dj^n-ner 


Bri-dle 


par-lor 
drag- on 
ves-sel 


sun- day 
pot-ash 
arm-let 


Mon-day 
cat- nip 
rab-bit 


twen-ty 
read-ing 


gar-gle 
bod -kin 


frol-ic 
bob-bin 


tal-low 


■ . da^-ger 


vic-tor 


tar- get 


mat- ting 


col-lar 


pil-low 


pop-lar 


let-ter 



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Bri-aie 

bish-op 

tur-tle 

tur-key 

sup- per 

lis-ten 

tur-nip 

shov-el 

mon-key 

moth-er 



Ger-man 

fro-zeii 

ci-pher 

gob-let 

ab-bess 

gal- Ion 

ves-per 

gai-ter 

rnir-ror 

mo r- tar 



LESSON 

Fri-day 

bar-rel 

bar- row 

fen-der 

won-der 

stin-gy 

win-ter 

pur- pie 

pul-pit 

mi n- now 



3d. 



LESSON 

Far-mer 

coop-er 

gro-c€r 

kern-el 

mark-et 

gut-t^r 

gam-ble 

y el-low 

mar-ble 

sun-set 



Dip-per 

mas-ter 

fath-er 

cous-in 

dan-ger 

Cray -on 

mur-der 

mem-ber 

bel-low 

ket-tle 



4th. 



Bor-der 

sau-cer 

cot-ton 

buQ-dle 

sig-nal 

iod-der 

cav-ern 

wan-der 

heav-en 

gan-der 



LESSON 5th. 
Review. 

The grocer has a gallon of fine brandy. 
A silver goblet stood on the marble 
table. 



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LESSON 6th. 

Rid-dle ^Gos-pel Mil-ler 

val-ley set-ter pot-ter 

nim-ble . sen-ate saw-yer 

si-lent so r- row tin-ner 

flovv-er par-rot tailor 

cor-ner en-si^fn sin-ner 

arch er rad-ish hor-net 

mor-sel win-dow kid-ney 



LESSON Vr.J. 

Ser-raon Driv-er Fee-ble 

si nipple spi-der ' frisk-y 

t^ini-ble act-ive sum-mer 

por-ter hor-rid bar-ren 

nee-dle en-gine gal-lop 

iiap-kin lim-ber rat-tie 

bal-lad fin-ger ram-rod 

muf-fin gin-ger pis-tol 



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LESSON 8th. 
Jievieio. 
The farmer has flowers in his garden. 
We had a turtle and a turkey for 
dinner. 

My father has sent his cotton to Mobile. 
My cousin -ate bread and butter for 
supper. M 

The monkey was frozen to death near 
the gutter. 



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LESSON 9th. 

Slid -den Mut-ton Pret-ty 

for-mer * pin-der car-bon 

ab-sent no-tice ban-ner 

greas-y mns-lin cor-set 

fin-ish bit-ter vel-vet 

hnm-ble * bot-tom tur-bot 

piiz-zle no-tion mal-ice 

an-swer vir-tue hel-met 





LESSON 10th. 




Rob-ber . 


Bee-tie 


Mor-tar 


sim-ple 


cant-er 


musk-et 


gim-let 


ham-per 


car- rot 


mar- row 


pup- pet 


gar-lie 


pan -try 


1 in-net 


se-cret 


rag-ged 


mag- pie 


cit-ron 


cat-tie 


pig- eon 


cof-fee 


tas-sel 


stol-en 


cof-fin 



LESSON nth. 

Review, 

A saddle of mutton. 
Two pretty white pigeons. 
A helmet and a banner. 
Tiie citron and the myrtle. 
This coffee is bitter. 
The robber had a musket. 



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LESSON 12th 
Monosyllables of Six 



Thread 

church 

spread 

spring 

sprain 

thrash 

strain 

scrape 

shrink 

launch 



Christ 

friend 

wealth 

strike 

scythe 

prince 

string 

should 

plague 

snatch 



Grange 

hearth 

caught 

warmth 

grease 

fought 

square 

taught 

stream 

branch 



Letters. 

Breath 

cheese 

sleeve 

twelve 

screen 

sneSze 

breast 

speecli 

grieve 

sliriek 



LESSON 

Quince 

shears 

shrimp 

twitch 

spring 

switch 

sponge 

breeze 

tongue 

fringe 



13th. 



French 

bridge 

chintz 

scorch 

ground 

school 

scream 

preach 

choice 

hoarse 




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PART VII. 




• u 

TRISYLLABLES OF FOUR, FIVE, 


A\D SEVEN 




LETTERS. 


» 


' 


LESSON 1st. 




Words 


Accented on the 'First 


Syllable. 


A-re-a 


Po-e-sy 


Cal-i-co 


i-ro-ny 


ii-ni-ty 


fam-i-ly 


i-vo-ry 


% a-the-ist 


mal-a-dy 


cle-i-ty 


ma-ni-a 


par-o-dy 


id i-ot 


bod'-i-ly 


van-i-ty 


op-e-ra 


iiia-ui-ac 


ar-te-ry 


o-pi-ate 


8g-o-ny 


san-i-ty 


sal-a-ry 


an-nu-al 


me-ni al 


o-ri-ole 


an-i-mal 


pe-ri-od 


av-e-nue 


ap-a-thy 


me-di-uin 




LESSON 2d. 


The-o-ry 


Eq-ui-ty 


0-pos-sum 


ben-e-fit 


ev-e-ry 


ar-mo-ry 


cu-po-la 


ver-i-fy 


cas-ii-al 


mu-ti-ny 


bur-i-al 


can-o-py 


u-su-ty 


vi-o-let 


ar-a-ble 


pu-ri-fy 


in-jn-ry 


cit-a-del 


zo-di-ac 


in-fa-my 


al-ka-li 


vo-ta-ry 


dim-i-ty * 


pa-( i-fy 


eb-o-ny 


o-di-ous 


av-a-bio 


el-e-gy 


o-di-iim 


dep-n-ty 



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•LESSON 3d. 
Words Accented on the Second Syllable, 



I-de-a 

a-re-na 

hy-e-na 

o-me-ga 

ar-ma-da 

a-wa-ken 

mo-sa-ic 

in-va-sion 

e-va-sion 

tor-na-do 



In-sip-id 

a-bu-sive 

vi-ra-go 

a-cu-men 

re-fu-sal 

pa-go-da 

oc-ta-vo 

de-vel-op 

e-ter-nal 

in-qui-ry 



Pi-a-no 

vol-ca-no 

en-am-el 

ex-act-ly 

e -las-tic 

mu-lat-to 

pi-az-za 

in-hab-it 

to-bac-co 

po-ta-to • 



Cos-met-ic 

un-e-ven 

ro-man-tic 

sa-li-va 

re-vi-val 

a-sy-lum 

de-liv-er 

e-nig-ma 

e-pis-tle 

o-pin-ion 



LESSON 4tb. 
Cre-a-tor Oc-to-ber 



un-ea-sy 

e-lys-ian 

u-teii-sil 

e-lix-ir 

pi-men-to 

in-her-it 

re-cov-er 

sa-tir-ic 

ex-ot-ic 



i-tal-ic 

e-di~tion 

do-mes-tic 

de-iii-al 

qiii-e-tus 

mo-las ses 

tor-pe-do 

ar-ri-val 

in-va-sion 




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PART VIII. 



DI>SSYLLABLES OF SEVEN LETTERS. 

LESSON 1st. • 
WortTs Accented on the First SyllahJe. 



Blaiik-et 
cam -brie 
cab-bage 
pea-cock 
cham-ber 
sea-weed 
paint- er 
thun-der 



Var-nish 

stu-dent 

selfish 

cap-tain 

pub-lish 

slan-der 

nour-ish 

cher-ish 



Turn -bier 

bladder 

sbud-der 

slen-der 

bhjn der 

sbel-ter 

chap-ter 

flan-nel 

LESSON 2d. 

Harness 

chick-en 

dol-phin 

per-fect 

sub-ject 

sher-bet 

schol-ar . 

pain-ful 



Sad-dler 

lob-ster 

mon-ster 

scra-per 

Ian-tern 

rub-bish 

furnish 

scar-let 



Crick-et 

sol-dier 

gar-ment 

trum-pet 

skil-let 

prairie 

dray- man 

pay-ment 



-LESSON 3d. 
Review. 

A peacock is a superb fowl. 
The scholar has made a blunder. 
This is a very painful subject to me. 



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LESSON 4th. 
Words Accented on the Second Syllable. 

Bro-cade ' Ex-plain Mis-laid 

gri-mace for-lorn gen-tecl 

for-sake per- form gran-dee 

cba-rade be- reave suc-ceed 

re-place con-geal con-demn 

pre-vail dis-ease at-lempt 

re-frain ' mis-lead con-fess 

pla-card can-teen con-sent 

LESSON 5th. 

Ma-chine Dis-turb Sur-vive 

dis-pute en-twine for-give 

sin-cere in-quire dis-miss 

in-stead de-prive ex-tinct 

con-cern de-light in-iiict 

con-vert de-spise sac-cess 

ob-serve suf-fice con-dole 

re-verse pre-side con-sole 



LESSON 6th. 
Review. 

I can not attempt to console him. 

I will prevail upon her to replace it. 

Forgive me, for I am sincere; 

He has mislaid his canteen. 

We hear of your success with deUght. 

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43 



PART IX. 



WORDS OF EIGHT LETTERS. 



LESSON 1st. 
Dissyllables Accented on tlie First Syllable, 



Neig-h-bor 

day-break 

charm-ing 

dark-Ties3 

gracious 

grate-fiil 

lame-ness 

dan-druff 

head-ache 



Stock-ing 

glow-worm 

grand-sou 

glad-ness 

sand-wich, 

flash-ing 

com-merce. 

thank-ful 

snap-pish 



Hard -ware 

cliar-coal 

starv-ing 

ward-robe 

stran ger 

daugh-ter 

haw-thorn 

brace-let 

home-spun 



Horse-man 
shoul-der 
♦ scorn-ful 
south-ern 
cautious 
nioun-tain 
watch-man 
porpoise 
dump-ling 



LESSON 2d. 

Peace-ful 

foun-tain 

pleas-ure 

con-tract 

horn-pipe 

tor-toise 

weak-ness 

sauce-pan 

whip-cord 



Sleep-ing 

truth-ful 

splen-did 

neat-ness 

tijeas.-ure 

threat-en 

por-trait 

oint-ment 

snow-drop 



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LESSON Sd. 
Dissyllahles Accented on the Second Syllabic. 



Mis-plaee 

<lis"grace 

es-tiasige 

ac-qiia!iit 

nitaiii-taiii 

coiii-plaiii 

dis-creet 

con-tempt 



In-striict 

coii-Tiilse 

pro-found 

de-nonnce 

for-swear 

re-prieve 

dis-tress 

Ti^itli-draw 



Coni-mence 

con-verse 

pre -serve 

dis-l>iirse 

trans-act 

8iir-pri.se 

convince 

CiLs-tracit 



LESSON 4th. 

Coni-poiind 
oI>"Striict 
snr-ronnd 
de-crease 

per-spire 
doiife-loon 
Iia-rangne 
re-sliiet * 



Par-terre 

'con«l'ront 
pos1=|ione 
com-plete 
de-tlirone 
4bre-t>ode 
wltai-liold 
re-sponse 



JEx-eliang-e 
re-trencli 
con-spire 
di§-nioinit 

dls-prove 
mis-trust 

re-stralii 
dis-Johit 



LESSON 5th. 
Review^^ 

The horseman will flismounfc by the 
fountain. I cannot with-hold my sur- 
prise at his disgrace. • 






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LESSON 6th. 
Monosyllahles of Seven Letters, 



Freight 

scratch 

draught 

squeeze 

brought 

screech 

wreathe 

clothes 



Scourge 

breadth 

stretch 

glimpse 

through 

freiizht 

twelfth 

breathe 



Flounce 

drought 

strange 

thought 

sheathe 

springe 

streets 

streams 



LESSON 7tb. 
Review, 

Your daughter is charming, 

His grandson is at^chool. 

He was starving to death. 

The sunset was splendid. 

He was sleeping on the bridge. 

I will meet jou at the fountain. 

Her eyes were flashing with joy. 

Do not misplace this sauce pan. 

Their distress was profound. 

I will convince him of my contempt. 

My neighbor died of weakness. 

He ate a sandwich and some cheese. 

Her wardrobe is complete. 



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PART X. 



TRISYLLABLES. 

LESSON 1st. 

Words Accented on the First Syllahle. 

Di-a-per Or-a-tor U-ni-forra 

of-fi-cer iiiod'-^-ty hid-e-ous 

buf-fa-lo ed-i-tor trag-e-dy 

in-di-go bat-te-ry com-e-dy 

jav-e-lin caval-ry a-pri-cot 

em-pe-ror cel-e-ry brav-e-ry 

sen-a-tor crn-el-ty fa-vor-ite 

bay-o-net bof-a-ny slav-er-y 

'LEfcSbU^! 2d. 

Am-u-let *En>e-rald Cor-o-net 

an-o-dyne ep^l^iiili^ l^ol i-day 

av-a-rice her-o-ine cru-ci-fy 

fac-to-ry inem-o-ry and-i-ron 

gal-le-ry ven-i-son hos-pi-tal 

de-cen-cy mer-cu-ry ter-ri-fy 

riv-u-let li-bra-ry sen-si-ble 

el-e-gant di-a-mond sev-e-ral 



LESSON 3d. 
Review. 
She had a ring of emeralds and diamonds. 
That officer Is a great favorite with his men- 
The emperor has an elegant library. 



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LESSON 4th. 



Cath-o-lic 

ciii-iia-inoii 

lav-en-der , 

col-aii-der 

geu-e-roiis 

g:rid-i-roii 

iniu-is-ter 

caii-is-ter 



Sal-i-vate 

Skcl-e-toii 

ciiar-ac-ter 

ar-ti-clioke 

co-py-lbook 

mul-ber-ry 

iii-iio-ceiit 

dein-o-crat 



Cas-ta-iiet 

fa- vo- lite 

ap-pe-tite 

mack-er-cl 

tain-a-rind 

sal-i-vate 

tap-es-try 

tel-e-grapli 



LESSON 5th. 

Tes-ta-ment 

iiinsk-inel-ou 

cii-ciijii-ber 

syi-la-t>iil> 

pec-tor-al 

ei-e-pliant 

eq-wi-pa^e 

sas-sa-fras 



LESSON Gth. 

Reviei^. \ 

Put the mackeral on the gridiron. 

She gave ?Tie a musk-melon and some 
syllabub. He ate an artichoke and 
a cucumber. We bought a Testa- 
ment and a copy-book. 

Pounded sassafras leaves are used to 
make gumbo. 



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LESSON 7tb. 
Words Accented on the SecoTicl Syllahlc. 



No-vem-ber 

ex-pen -sive 

mis-for-time 

im-pa-tient 

l)o-ma-tuin 

At-laii-tic 

mag-ne-sia 

pal-met -to 

dis-cov-er 

re-bel-Iion 

em-broid-er 



Mag-iio-lia 

con-fu-sion 

con-di-tion 

de-li-cious 

mu-si-cian 

mi-li-tia 

do-mes-tic 

dys-pep-tic 

ro-man-tic 

re-pub-lic 

sul-phu-ric 




Sep-tem-ber 

r€-mem-ber 

to-geth-er 

al-read-y 

de-ser-ter 

per-mis-sion 

re-lig-ion 

pro-vi-sioD 

a-mus-ing 

as-ton-isb 

di-ges-tion 



LESSON 8th. 

For-get-ful 
ou'-feel-ing " 
ex-press-ive 
at-ten-tive 
con-tin-ue 
dis-fig-ure 
dis-cour-age 
'Nar-cis-sus 
im-per-fect 
re-cov-er 
mis-tak-en 





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